macOS Server 5 Training

Apple

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5959

Sierra 101+ 201 Server 5 Bootcamp 10.12

The Sierra 101+Server 5 Bootcamp is a combined delivery of the Apple authorized Sierra 101: macOS Support Essentials 10.12 (#5854) course and the FMC customized Sierra 201: OS X Server 5 Essentials 10.12 (#5963)course. The macOS Support Essentials 10.12 Exam is included with the class. (Exam is not included on private On-site or public virtual delivery.) This hands-on course provides an in-depth exploration of functionality and troubleshooting on macOS and the best methods for effectively supporting users of macOS systems.

This course also gives technical coordinators and entry-level system administrators the skills, tools, and knowledge to implement and maintain a network that uses macOS Server. Students learn how to install and configure macOS Server to provide network-based services, such as file sharing and authentication. Tools for efficiently managing and deploying macOS and software updates are also covered.

For Connected Classroom attendees:  

Connected events will be held at a local training center with state-of-the-art video conferencing equipment allowing the course to be broadcast to multiple locations. Students will have the same classroom experience and interact live with the connected classroom instructor. The instructor will be on a large, HD quality screen with interactive video and audio to listen and communicate with students. A second large HD quality screen will display the instructor’s live presentation.

  • The troubleshooting process and how to become more efficient with available tools and resources
  • macOS Sierra features in depth, including how to find additional information
  • How to prepare for Apple Certified Support Professional certification
  • The features of Server 5 for macOS
  • How to configure essential services on Server 5 for macOS
  • How to use Server 5 for macOS tools to monitor and troubleshoot services
  • Effective use of Server 5 for macOS to manage a small network of Macintosh computers and users
  • How to manage access to files and services